Crimson Trace Green Laser Sights

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posted on September 10, 2012
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9/10/2012

Crimson Trace has announced the release of four new Laserguard and Rail Master laser sights with green lasers.

The new Laserguard lasers include models for Kimber and Smith & Wesson 1911s, Glock full size and compact and Springfield XD and XDm firearms. The new Rail Master is designed to fit any firearm with a Picatinny rail.

“By now, most consumers are savvy enough to know that green lasers have always been power-hungry compared to their red counterparts,” said Kent Thomas, director of Marketing for Crimson Trace. “By mounting them in front of the trigger guard, we’re able to utilize battery power in both a functional and design friendly way significantly more than ever, which means our customers never have to compromise on run time.”

Crimson Trace laser sights are factory sighted for 50 feet and completely adjustable for fine tuning to specific guns and shooters. All of the new laser sights feature a two-hour run time on a single CR2 battery.

Just as important as the green laser product introduction, holsters from BladeTech, Mitch Rosen, De Santis, Crossbreed and Galco will be available to fit these new green laser sights.

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